Judith A. (Whitney) Barritt

November 7, 1938 ~ February 26, 2022 (age 83)


Mrs. Judith A. Barritt 83,passed away at 9:51 P.M., Saturday February 26, 2022 at Pearls II Eden For Elders, Princeton, Missouri. She was born in Trenton, Mo on November 7, 1938 to the late Kenneth Whitney and Frances Clingensmith Whitney.

She was married to the late Paul Barritt on the 29 of September 1957. After marriage Paul and Judy moved to Mercer, MO where they built a home for themselves and their three daughters. Judy worked various jobs throughout her lifetime including the Veach Saddle factory, painting, and more. Judy was an avid ball player who brought the windmill style pitching technique to northern Missouri, and later enjoyed watching her children play sports. She was a loving mother, grandmother, and great grandmother and will be missed by many.

Her survivors include two daughters Brenda Betz, Becky Freeman and husband Elvis; six grandchildren Kesha Freeman, Paul Freeman, Whitney and Brandi Hastings, Noah and Brandy Hastings, Skylar and Mandy Betz, Ariel and Vince Harris; seven great grandchildren; one sister Sue Robertson and husband Roydale; three sisters-in-law Zella Whitney, Ruth Whitney, Penny Whitney; and one brother-in-law Bud Eason.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; two sisters Marylouise Eason, Betty Veach; three brothers Joe Whitney, Harold Whitney, Donnie Whitney; one daughter Lacraica Barritt; and one brother-in-law Ben Veach.

Her body was cremated under the direction of Resthaven Mortuary, Trenton, Missouri. A private burial of her cremains will be held later at Resthaven Memorial Gardens north of Trenton.


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